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  1. Avatars in Assessment: On-campus student Presentations in a Virtual World

    Murray, J.M.D.; Crow, J.; Mable, B.
    No abstract available.

  2. Equine Feed Supplements: Feeding Practices Within the Irish Equine Industry

    Kaya Karasu, G.; Murray, J.M.D.
    No abstract available.

  3. The Effects of a High-starch or High-fibre Diet on the Behaviour and Faecal Microbiota of Naïve Ponies

    Bulmer, L.S.; Murray, J.M.D.; Garber, A.; Burns, N.M.; Hastie, P.M.
    No abstract available.

  4. The Effects of Micronisation on Sugar Beet Pulp Fermentation Investigated Using an Automated in Vitro Gas Production System

    Garber, A.; Farci, V.; Hastie, P.M.; Murray, J.M.D.
    No abstract available.

  5. Virtual Reality Poster Feedback Session Within Second Life

    Crow, Jenny; Mable, Barbara; Murray, Jo-Anne
    No abstract available.

  6. Yeast Supplementation May Have a Positive Effect on Faecal Microbiome in Ponies Fed High Starch and High Fibre Diets

    Murray, J.M.D.
    No abstract available.

  7. Research and Industry Collaborations

    Murray, J.M.D.
    No abstract available.

  8. Development of a Heuristic Thermal Control System for the Ultrasonic Planetary Core Drill

    Timoney, Ryan; Worrall, Kevin; Firstbrook, David; Harkness, Patrick
    The Ultrasonic Planetary Core Drill (UPCD), recently developed by a consortium of European partners with co-ordination from the University of Glasgow, is a planetary sample acquisition and caching systems testbed, recently field tested at Alexander Island, Antarctica. During the early development of the technology, laboratory-based drilling tests at ambient pressure, utilizing volatile-laden permafrost simulants, revealed the need for an enhancement of the existing control algorithm which autonomously governs the rate of progress of the drill through the terrain. Such modifications have been deemed essential if failure modes relating to re-solidification of unbound volatiles are to be avoided. In the preliminary development of...

  9. Batch IS NOT Heavy: LearningWord Representations From All Samples

    Xin, Xin; Yuan, Fajie; He, Xiangnan; Jose, Joemon M.
    Stochastic Gradient Descent (SGD) with negative sampling is the most prevalent approach to learn word representations. However, it is known that sampling methods are biased especially when the sampling distribution deviates from the true data distribution. Besides, SGD suffers from dramatic fluctuation due to the onesample learning scheme. In this work, we propose AllVec that uses batch gradient learning to generate word representations from all training samples. Remarkably, the time complexity of AllVec remains at the same level as SGD, being determined by the number of positive samples rather than all samples. We evaluate AllVec on several benchmark tasks. Experiments show that AllVec outperforms samplingbased SGD methods with comparable efficiency, especially for small training corpora.

  10. Revisiting the 40Ar/39Ar Chronology of Lunar Meteorite NWA 773 Provides New Constraints on its Diachronous Geologic History

    Tremblay, M.M.; Cohen, B.E.; Mark, D.F.; Ickert, R.B.; Smith, C.L.
    No abstract available.

  11. The Neogene evolution of topography and rivers along the Indus-Yarlung Suture Zone, southern Tibet

    Tremblay, Marissa M.; Willett, Sean D.; Shuster, David L.; Fox, Matthew; Zeitler, Peter K.; Schmidt, Jennifer L.; Winn, Carmen; Karlstrom, Karl E.

  12. (Invited) The Inversion Behaviour of Narrow Band Gap Mos Systems: Experimental Observations, Physics Based Simulations and Applications

    Hurley, P.K.; Monaghan, Scott; O'Connor, Eamon; Caruso, Enrico; Cherkaoui, Karim; Floyd, Liam; Povey, Ian M.; Millar, David Alan John; Peralagu, Uthayasankaran; Thayne, Iain G.
    No abstract available.

  13. Impedance Spectroscopy of Narrow Band Gap III-V MOS Systems

    Hurley, Paul K.; Monaghan, Scott; Cherkaoui, Karim; Djara, Vladimir; O'Connor, Eamon; Gasper, Guilherme; Lin, Jun; Caruso, Enrico; Millar, David; Peralagu, Uthayasankaran; Thayne, Iain; Wernersson, Lars-Erik; Lind, Erik; Greene, Gabriel; Greer, Jim
    One of the main research challenges facing future developments in areas such as nano-electronics, energy storage, the Internet of Things and communications is the need to create devices which are more energy efficient. From the perspective of both energy efficiency, and the integration of RF functions on a silicon platform, there is a growing interest in the use of high electron mobility channels, such as InxGa1-xAs, in conjunction with high dielectric constant (high-k) gate oxides for n-channel Metal-Oxide-Semiconductor Field Effect Transistors (MOSFETs) in FinFET structures and in 3D integration schemes. The understanding and control of electrically active defect states at...

  14. Engagement With the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL): Getting Started on a SoTL project

    Morrow, Lorna I.; MacKenzie, Jane; McKerlie, Robert
    The Scholarship of Learning and Teaching (SoTL) was described by Boyer in 1990 alongside three other types of scholarship: the scholarships of discovery (research), application and integration. Since then, there has been much debate about what SoTL is, how academics might engage in it, and how it might be assessed. Glassick et al. (1997) proposed that the criteria for assessment should be the same for SoTL as for other types of scholarship, namely: clear goals; adequate preparation; appropriate methods; significant results; effective communication; and reflective critique. Academics are encouraged to engage in SoTL for the purposes of developing their teaching, and so enhancing the students’ learning environment, thus aiming to motivate and support...

  15. Student Partnership in E-learning: the Development of Online Resources for Students by Students in Dentistry

    McKerlie, Robert; McAllan, Wendy; Ritchie, Martyn; Hudda, Shabana; Rennie, Evelyn; Taha, Amr; Wasige, Claudia; Al-Ani, Ziad; Bragg, Jeremy
    Dentistry is a dynamic and ever changing specialty that has been strongly influenced by developments in technology and therefore our teaching strategies must evolve to keep pace with these changes. E-learning has become an integral part of the dental curriculum, with a marked increase in use over recent years. However dental students have up until now been the recipients rather than active participants in the development of dental e-learning resources. Bovill et al (2011) conclude that it is incumbent upon us to reconsider students' roles in their education and reposition students to take a more active part - as co-...

  16. Portrait Production in Early Jacobean England: Defining Practices in the Workshop of John de Critz the Elder

    Rae, Caroline
    No abstract available.

  17. New Findings Through Technical Analysis: The Workshop of John de Critz the Elder

    Rae, Caroline
    No abstract available.

  18. Defining the Origins and Characteristics of Anglo-Netherlandish and Native Workshop Practices in Late Elizabethan / Early Jacobean England: Comparative Technical Study of Marcus Gheeraerts the Younger (1561/2 - 1636), John de Critz the Elder (d.1642), Robert Peake the Elder (c.1551 - 1619 and William Larkin (c.1580 - 1619)

    Rae, Caroline; Burnstock, Aviva
    No abstract available.

  19. A Secret History: Sir Robert Cecil, a Venetian Mosaic, and the Discovery of a Lost Portrait by John de Critz

    Rae, Caroline
    No abstract available.

  20. 'The work of God and not of man,' Gilding and the English Renaissance Portrait

    Rae, Caroline; Plender, Sophie; Burnstock, Aviva
    No abstract available.

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